There’s a reason that meatloaf is such a classic family meal. It’s easy, economical, and kid-pleasing – hard to argue with that. Unfortunately it can also be a little bland. That’s why I like this recipe. It’s the quintessential meatloaf we all grew up with, but with a few tricks to enhance the flavor. First, the onions are grated so they disappear – perfect for those little eagle eyes who are on the lookout for such things. It’s a great technique to use with any recipe where you want to avoid that drama at meal time. Another little trick is that this meatloaf isn’t baked in a loaf pan, but rather on a baking sheet. If you’ve never tried this you really should – it gives the whole meatloaf a little crust. I love that.
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